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New Oxford Notes: April 2010

The Silent Spectre of Religious Cleansing

The rise of Islamic extremism is putting increasing pressure on Christians in Muslim countries, where they are routinely victims of murder, violence, and discrimination.

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Free Will & Freedom of Choice

Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi is one politician known to pontificate on subjects that are "above her pay grade."

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Waiting on the Past

Two more bishops recently weighed in on what measures are appropriate to take against pro-abortion Catholic politicians.

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